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NAFA Seeks Subject Matter Experts for DOT and Maintenance Management Instruction Guides

| July 9, 2019

Educational Resource and Associated Study Guides for a DOT module

NAFA Fleet Management Association (NAFA), the vehicle fleet industry’s largest membership association, seeks Subject Matter Experts (SME) to develop educational Resource and Associated Study Guides for a Department of Transportation module and Maintenance Management module of its CAFM® certification program.

The DOT content should include the following areas: Introduction to the DOT, NHTSA regulations, FMCSA regulations, NSC regulations in Canada, and DOT program implementation.

http://nafa.org/NAFAWebsite/media/StandaloneArticlePDFs/DOT-Module-Subject-Matter-Expert-RFP-FINAL.pdf

A full outline of content will be provided to the selected SME.

REQUESTED SERVICES (Not limited to the following):

  • Coordination of a content outline with NAFA staff and committees
  • Creation of a timeline for draft and final chapter drafts
  • Development of all associated content, with references (where appropriate)
  • Deliver a final edited version of both a Resource and Study Guide to NAFA by December 31, 2019
  • Provide ongoing correspondence and updates in the first quarter of 2020 as the Guide is finalized in layout and review

PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS:

Please provide a written response

for the following questions:

  • Knowledge of the subject
  • Experience in NAFA Guide development
  • Experience with NAFA Certification Program
  • Proven written communication skills
  • Estimated time to complete drafts of each chapter as well as a revision timeline
  • Price

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The Maintenance Module content should include the following areas: Vehicle Mechanics, Maintenance Programs, Shop Operations, FMC-Outsourced Maintenance, and Performance Monitoring.

http://nafa.org/NAFAWebsite/media/StandaloneArticlePDFs/NAFA-RFP-for-MM-Guide-CAFM-FINAL.pdf

A detailed outline and copies of the existing Guide and Study Guide will be provided.

REQUESTED SERVICES (Not limited to the following):

  • Coordination of a final content outline with NAFA staff and committees
  • Create a timeline to deliver draft and final versions of each chapter
  • Development of all associated content, with references (where appropriate)
  • Deliver a final edited version of both a Resource and Study Guide to NAFA by December 31, 2019
  • Provide ongoing correspondence and updates in the first quarter of 2020 as the Guide is finalized in layout and review

PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS:

Please provide a written response for the following questions:

  • Knowledge of the subject
  • Experience in NAFA Guide Development
  • Experience with NAFA Certification Program
  • Proven written communication skills
  • Estimated Time to complete drafts of each Chapter as well as a revision timeline
  • Price

Questions can be directed to Kate Vigneau, CAFM, at KVigneau@nafa.org, or Pam Nobles at pnobles@nafa.org. All proposals should be sent to certification@nafa.org by July 21, 2019.

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